A squad of National Guards on an isolated weekend exercise in the Louisiana swamp must fight for their lives when they anger local Cajuns by stealing their canoes. Without live ammunition and in a strange country, their experience begins to mirror the Vietnam experience.
- Stars:Keith Carradine, Powers Boothe, Fred Ward, Franklyn Seales, T.K. Carter, Lewis Smith, Les Lannom, Peter Coyote, Alan Autry, Brion James, Sonny Landham, Allan Graf, Ned Dowd, Rob Ryder, Greg Guirard,
- Country:USA, Switzerland, UK
- Director:Walter Hill,
- Writer:Michael Kane, Walter Hill, David Giler
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Southern Comfort torrent reviews
(es) wrote: dat was tha shiz marques houston aka my hubby luked sexy
(au) wrote: podobno kot enka :D sam mi?ken drga? :D
(au) wrote: One of his best if not his best role to date.
(br) wrote: one of my many faves!
(kr) wrote: Classic comedy, originally billed as the MAD Magazine movie.
(kr) wrote: This is not one of my favorites but I do watch it I have this movie as well/ Love his other movies much better!!
(au) wrote: The 9th Carry On film, and this time, the team had their eye fixed on spy movies. They shared the same studios as the Bond films, so it was inevitable they'd spoof them. But, they made a very funny film from what they did, and this one marked the first appearance of one of the series' best known regulars. A top secret chemical formula has been stolen by the Society for the Total Extinction of Non-Conforming Humans, known as STENCH. The Chief of the Secret Service (Eric Barker) sends in the only agent availible. The accident prone and snide-toned Agent Desmond Simpkins (Kenneth Williams), and his three trainees, Agent Harold Crump (Bernard Cribbins), Agent Daphne Honeybutt (Barbara Windsor) and Agent Charlie Bind (Charles Hawtrey). They head off to Vienna, where they look for Milchmann (Victor Maddern) who stole the formula, dressed as a milkman.:P But the formula is now in the hands of The Fat Man (Eric Pohlmann), but they manage to nearly do away with their contact Carstairs (Jim Dale), while Simpkins becomes involved with the mysterious Lila (Dilys Laye). It's very silly entertainment, doing what you would normally expect. It has some brilliant double-entendre's complete with clever wordplay as well, as well as good send ups of spy films, and The Third Man. If only we had more secret agents like this lot. :P
(au) wrote: Unwatchable despite fine cast
(us) wrote: I was very tearful watching this. Maybe it's because I was drunk.
(fr) wrote: Visually stunning, and I liked Val Kilmer, but this movie fell a little short.
(br) wrote: Everyone has seen this movie
(gb) wrote: Being a history buff, this is MY FAVORITE WWII movie! Although it is based on a book, the basic background of the movie, is the early days of WWII when the we (the U.S.) was getting our butt kicked; something we should never forget ! The only bad part of this movie was the introduction of a romantic theme between Wayne & Reed - shallow.